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Donations Needed For Local Families In Need

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Love of Christ Fellowship Church is asking for donations to help Families in Need during the Holiday Season.  They are trying to help two local families by donating gift cards to them so they can purchase what they need.  Reverend Jerry Artis suggested gift cards to Old Navy, K-Mart or Target.  For more information or […]

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Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas” – At Engeman Theater

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Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas” is always delightful, but under the direction of Mark Adam Rampmeyer this production is truly wonderful, filling all with the spirit of Christmas.

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Local FD’s Shine at Huntington Holiday Parade

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Area fire departments turned out in full force for the Fourth Annual Town of Huntington Holiday Parade held last Saturday evening in Huntington Village.

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Designers, Garden Clubs Bring Holiday Magic to Historic Vanderbilt Mansion

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Every November, dozens of interior designers and garden-club members donate days of time and talent to decorate the Spanish-Revival waterfront mansion of William K. Vanderbilt II. With trees and wreaths, garlands and ornaments, presents and poinsettias, they bring an elegant holiday magic to the stately, 24-room house.

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Hanukkah Has Rare Holiday Companion

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An extremely rare convergence of the Hebrew and Gregorian calendars will result in the first full day of Hanukkah falling on Thanksgiving Day this year for the first time ever — and the last time for another 75,000 years, experts say. The event even has its own trademarked term, “Thanksgivukkah.”
The eight-day holiday of Hanukkah, or […]

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8 Ways to Cook a Holiday Turkey

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Thought there was only one way to cook a turkey?
Since the oven often is needed for side dishes, the big bird may have to take an alternate route to the table, according to Dr. Pam Duitsman, nutrition and health education specialist with University of Missouri Extension.
“No matter what route you chose, always ensure whole turkeys […]

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Christmas Boutique at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church

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Sunday, December 1, 2013, 11 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

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HSLQ Toy Drive Launch Party

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The Minstrel Players Present Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol”

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Northport’s oldest theatre group, The Minstrel Players Theatre Company of Northport, prepare for their 8th Holiday production at Houghton Hall – Trinity Episcopal Church, 130 Main Street in scenic Northport Village.  Performances are one weekend only on Friday, December 13th and Saturday, December 14th at 8 P.M. and a 3 P.M. matinee on Sunday, December […]

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Santa Visits the Centerport Fire Department

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Santa cheerfully greeted and spoke to every child, and all were invited into the firehouse where the Centerport Ladies Auxiliary served delicious hot chocolate and donuts to Santa’s delight.

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